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Exploring 5-Digit Place Value PowerPoint

Teach Starter Publishing
PowerPoint | 38 pages | Years: 4

A 38 slide PowerPoint template to use when exploring place value in the tens of thousands.

This teaching presentation has been designed to explain 5-digit place value to your students in a clear and engaging manner.

The following concepts are addressed in detail:

  • place value in the tens of thousands
  • writing 5-digit numbers in words (and vice versa)
  • partitioning numbers by place value
  • using a numeral expander
  • expanding numbers by place value
  • writing numbers in expanded notation
  • rounding to the nearest 10 and 100
  • multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100.

This PowerPoint includes hyperlinks to the following place value teaching resources:

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Image of Place Value Cards - 10 000, 1000, 100, 10, 1

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Image of Expanded Notation Dominoes (5-Digit Numbers)

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A set of dominoes to consolidate students' understanding of place value.

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Image of Expanded Notation Dominoes (5-Digit Numbers)

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Expanded Notation Dominoes (5-Digit Numbers)

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Image of Multiply It or Divide It! Board Game

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Multiply It or Divide It! Board Game

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Teach Starter Publishing6 pagesYears: 4 - 6Has Starter Sheet

 

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  • Jo Strode
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    This won't download

    • Paul (Teach Starter)
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  • Jess Mahoney
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    Hi! I have noticed that slide 8 has an error - 43 722 (forty three thousand, one hundred and thirty two).... meant to be 43 722 (forty three thousand, SEVEN hundred and TWENTY two).

    • Stephanie (Teach Starter)
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      Trent, you are quite right! Thank you for this pick up. We appreciate you contacting us. I have updated the resource in light of this error.

    • Trent Jackaman
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      But there is another mistake with the place values. In the yellow writing underneath the table, 2 x 10 should say 2 x 1.

    • Stephanie (Teach Starter)
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      Hi there Jess, thank you so much for taking the time to bring this error to our attention. The resource has now been corrected and the new version is available for download. Have a wonderful day!

  • Rach C
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    Adding zeros to the end of numbers confuses students when they get to year 5 as they cannot simply add a zero to 4.5. teaching the actual place value is far more important

    • Kristian
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      Hi Rachelle, Thanks for your feedback. I will pass this onto our resource creators and we will re-evaluate the methods discussed in the presentation. If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don't hesitate to contact me.